honeydew, propolis, essential oils. an ancient recipe, perfected over time. honeydew from the woods, a dark honey, rich in mineral salts, with a balsamic taste, less sweet. eugenal oils of eucalyptus, mint, scots pine, thyme, juniper and orange, extracted by infusion and distillation in vapor streams, the propolis collected from our hives, only by netting, is totally pure. it is a magic substance produced by the hive, a real bee pharmacy. propolis serves to seal off parts of the hive, creating a sort of protective veil, a defense against outside agents and pathogens. it contains almost a dozen bacteriostatic substances, the most significant in terms of antibiotic action being galangin, an easily titrated flavonoid, whose action can thus be reliably quantified.
two teaspoons dissolved in a cup of warm water, sipped slowly two or three times a day. also good with hot beverages like tea and infusions. the sweetness of the honey combined with the proprieties of propolis and the essential oils has a balsamic effect that benefits the respiratory tract. laria is not a medicinal product, so there are no warnings against its use except for a known intolerance or allergy to the ingredients it contains.feeding it to babies under the age of 12 months is not recommended.